JPMorgan beats estimates on strong trading, underwriting
Net income at the United States' largest bank rose to $8.52 billion, or $2.57 per share, in the quarter ended Dec. 31, from $7.07 billion, or $1.98 per share, a year earlier.
Jamie Dimon laments income inequality, won’t assail CEO pay
“I think the wealthy have been getting wealthier too much, in many ways,” Dimon s...
5-6% GDP growth is not terrible: JP Morgan chairman Jamie Dimon
Jamie Dimon said trade tensions had impacted businesses & sentiments, taking ...
US-China trade relationship will diminish over time. This is not a world war: Jamie Dimon
I don’t think the Federal Reserve is a believer in negative interest rates. It’s not a QE programme.
Expect Fed to hold rates steady while big ideas swirl outside
President Donald Trump has also called for negative interest rates, and said the US is missing an opportunity.
What the future of jobs in India looks like, according to JPMorgan CEO
We have seen time and time again that when people have a fair shot and are able to participate in and benefit from growth, the economy is stronger and our world is a better, healthier, safer place, says Dimon.
JP Morgan CEO has a word of advice for India
JP Morgan CEO believes India can grab a chunk of global trade in the wake of US-China disputes, but investments to depend on aggressive reform measures. Dimon has been among the high profile global CEOs who has been bullish on India
Jamie Dimon and Warren Buffett have the last laugh on bitcoin
About $700 billion has been wiped from the value of digital money since January.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon bets on India story
India’s world beating economic growth and critical reforms such as GST and the first step in bank mergers are advantages that far outweigh f...
JPMorgan's Dimon sees 80% odds US, China will reach deal
“It may take a little bit more time, but I think we should do a proper trade deal,” he said.
Welcome to ‘peak decade,’ from globalization to central banks
Ian Bremmer, founder of Eurasia Group, describes this year as a “tipping point.”
Rate hikes and reversal of carry trades unlikely to have a domino effect: Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan
India is a $2.5-trillion economy and on the way to becoming a $5-trillion one.
India’s advantages far outweigh macro fears: Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan, CEO
India’s economy expanded at 8.2% in the June quarter, fastest among all major economies.
Dalio, Dimon and 117 other billionaires set to descend on Davos
The event retains its enduring status as the premier networking hub for the world’s wealthiest
What Jamie Dimon got wrong about Bitcoin and tulips
Dimon compared bitcoin to tulips, which is accurate, though not in the way he intended.
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